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October 04 2013

Pour son premier déplacement à l'étranger, le président égyptien par intérim ira en Arabie Saoudite…

Pour son premier déplacement à l’étranger, le président égyptien par intérim ira en Arabie Saoudite - Ahram Online
http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/82570/Egypt/Politics-/Egypt%E2%80%99s-interim-president-chooses-Saudi-Arabia-for.aspx

Tout comme M.Morsi, ce qui lui avait valu des critiques.

Egypt’s Interim President Adly Mansour will make his first official visit to Saudi Arabia on 7 October, followed by brief trips to the UAE and Kuwait.

#Egypte

August 28 2013

Arab League states' views on Syria response far from uniform

Arab League states’ views on Syria response far from uniform
http://www.thenational.ae/news/world/middle-east/arab-league-states-views-on-syria-response-far-from-uniform

The UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Kuwait pushed for the resolution blaming the Syrian regime for the attack. The Saudi foreign minister, Saud Al Faisal, speaking later in Jeddah, said that Syria’s use of chemical weapons required a “firm and serious” response, adding that Mr Al Assad’s government had “lost its Arab identity and is no longer affiliated in any way for the Syrian civilisation”.

But Algeria objected to language in the resolution, including wording carried over from recent league resolutions on Syria, supporting the right of member countries to assist Syrians fighting in “self defence”. Iraq also abstained from voting on that paragraph, as well as one condemning the Syrian regime for the chemical weapons attack.

Egypt’s government, meanwhile, urged countries to wait for the results of an investigation by UN weapons inspectors in Damascus before assigning blame for a chemical attack. Lebanon abstained from voting on the resolution altogether.

These divisions over Syria are not new, but they have widened in recent months.

August 18 2013

Deportation pondered for pro-Morsi strikers

Deportation pondered for pro-Morsi strikers
http://www.arabtimesonline.com/NewsDetails/tabid/96/smid/414/ArticleID/198989/reftab/73/t/Deportation-pondered-for-pro-Morsi-strikers/Default.aspx

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 16: The security authorities in Kuwait are looking into the possibility of deporting Egyptians who took part in the illegal sit-in in front of their consulate in Roudah to protest the action taken by the Egyptian security authorities against the demonstrators in two areas — Rabaa Al-Adawaiya and Al-Nahda, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.

A replacer aussi dans le contexte ambiant d’une véritable campagne d’expulsion pour un oui pou un non (particulièrement la mise en oeuvre de la loi sur l’expulsion en cas d’offense au code de la route)

July 14 2013

Money, guns flowing from Kuwait to Syria's most radical rebel factions

Money, guns flowing from Kuwait to Syria’s most radical rebel factions
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/07/11/money-guns-flowing-from-kuwait-to-syria-most-radical-rebel-factions

Syrian rebels have a new source of weapons and cash from inside Kuwait, and their benefactors in the oil-rich state are sending the aid to the most militant and anti-West factions involved in the fight to topple Bashar al-Assad.

The role of Saudi and Qatari governments and individuals in the funding and arming of Islamist fighters in Syria has been well known since the civil war began more than two years ago. But now, guns and money are flowing from private sources and Salafist-controlled NGOs based in Kuwait, and they are going to rebel factions aligned with Al Qaeda.

“We are collecting money to buy all these weapons, so that our brothers will be victorious,” hard-core Sunni Islamist Sheikh Shafi’ Al-Ajami announced on Kuwaiti television last month, listing the black-market prices of weapons, including heat-seeking missiles, anti-aircraft guns and rocket-propelled grenades.

Days later, Al-Ajami addressed a small throng outside the Lebanese Embassy in Kuwait and gleefully described slitting the throat of a Shiite Muslim in Syria.

“We slaughtered him with knives,” Al-Ajami said to shouts of “God is Great.”

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